goose neck, industrial quality, battery powered LED (bright) light

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I'm looking for an industrial quality, goose necked LED, clip mount, battery powered, flashlight.
I work in an industrial environment, working inside a complex machines, aligning this and that. We all struggle with "light". There just isn't enough.
The company purchased some "damn" bright LED lights, but they are hand held. We need a goose necked, battery operated light, that clips. The areas are tight, so it can't have a head a foot across (like a trouble light flood).
It has to be industrial quality. We'd spend $100 on it. It must clip mount. It must be bright. It must last at least 4 hours.
Thank you all.
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On 4/19/2014 7:40 PM, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

LED, clip mount, battery powered, flashlight.

a complex machines, aligning this and that. We all struggle with "light". There just isn't enough.

but they are hand held. We need a goose necked, battery operated light, that clips. The areas are tight, so it can't have a head a foot across (like a trouble light flood).

on it. It must clip mount. It must be bright. It must last at least 4 hours.

Is Black and Decker snake light close? You may need to work with a machine shop, have them drill and tap and mount on a clip for you, on existing light of some kind.
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*I have been using headlights for the past few years. I still have the first set that I bought, but it is not as bright as the newer models. The second one that I bought died after a year and I got a refund. My latest one I have to shut off or adjust the angle when I look at people because it is blinding.
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On Monday, April 21, 2014 8:25:13 AM UTC-4, John G wrote:

I bought a cheap one when I got frustrated working under a sink trying to hold a flashlight in my mouth.
Smartest thing I've done in a long time. It's amazing how often I grab that little head lamp. Mine is single LED, switchable from 35 or 100 luments, I never need the high power. Cost about $12, or you can pay $300+ for the good ones.
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On Monday, April 21, 2014 7:47:06 AM UTC-5, TimR wrote:

I have a Princeton headlamp (which I believe are the original that everyone clones!) made in USA. Excellent, but an older non-LED.
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On 4/21/2014 8:47 AM, TimR wrote:

under a sink trying to hold a flashlight in my mouth.

amazing how often I grab that little head lamp. Mine is single LED, switchable from 35 or 100 luments, I never need the high power. Cost about $12, or you can pay $300+ for the good ones.

This one from HF, you can put in a LED module for Mini Mag, and it works fine. The elastic goes limp after a while, so buy several, and move the module as needed. http://www.harborfreight.com/headlamp-with-swivel-lens-45807.html
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On 4/21/2014 8:25 AM, John Grabowski wrote:

I like the batteries on back. Helps with balance, I'd guess. I've never had a strap on head lamp with batteries on the back.
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Stormin Mormon wrote:

I've got an older Black Diamond that uses 3 AA's in a battery box at the back of your head. It can be awkward. My go to headlamp in a Tikka with the AAA's contained in the lamp housing. It's lighter and handier.
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